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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1879

n i $! -f# •? > t , 4 Ocnionn VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning, March 7, 1879. No. 12. T*T" nailroad, tiie GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE passing through The "naturally beautiful and most tovor- e.d region of our country ." ,ft - j .jjjlJeculedlv the SHORTEST LINE TO THE EASTAND SOUTHEAST AFTER JUNE 1st ROUND TRIP TICKETS . at reduced rates will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA- TERING PLACES OF EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. -+*- J "l Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROCK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. 1 ' Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by the company, on ail night trains. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced. Baggage checked through • " to destination. PASSENGERS FOR WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. —"as welj. as for— CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA, CHARLOTTE, AUGUSTA, And all Southeastern Cities, should pur- chase tickets b) this line. Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of Tick- ets furnished on application to P. R. ROGERS, Gen. Western agent, Dallas. Texas. Mchi, ly GO...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1879

yhc JJailtj Tlcuv FRIDAY DSJNISON. MARCH y, 1879. Senators Cuke and Maxey lett Washington for home Wednesday. Political religion is a term just coined by a Texas editor as applying to the Sunday law. There are .now 547 men drawing pensions as old Texas veterans, and 47 more certificate* ready fyi deliv- ery. Predictions are now Made by the northern papeisthat grain rates east the coming summer will reach a lower point than ever before. Angell, the man who robbed the Pullman Car Company while in its employ, plead guilty in a Chicago court and was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary. NERVOUS DEBILITY! Vital weakness or depression : a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; the result ol mental over-work, indescre- tions or excesses, or some cjrainupon the system, is always cured by Humphrey's Homoeopathic Specific No. 28. It tones up and invigorates the system, dispels the gloom and despondency, imparts strength and energy,—stops the drain and rejuve- nates the entire man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1879

Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins & co„ f!V> 0. JO kb er. ii col- lis, ind Alt or VS un- per nan e— iher a.S um- rld. i:de, y ot . Y. Conauoted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomost lllustratad Magazine in the World. The American eJit'on of this periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And lias a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev- ery number contains about one hundred and fifty pages, and from fiftv to Keventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "11 AWOHTli'S." n serial hovel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o' Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's ne'w novel is laid in Lancashire; tiic hero is a young inventor of American birth. FALCONBEUG, a st riiil novel, by II. H. Boyesen, author of "Gunttar," "The Man w'io Lost his Name," &c. In this rorrtance, the noth'or graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Westem settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS,, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the'conclu- si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 7 March 1879

$ht Jpailtj c$nu5. DENISON. FRIDAY MARCH 7, 1879. R. TOLK KUKHANS, City Editor. H. R. Brown, of the popular Sam Saloon, was in the city yesterday. E. II. Lingo will put n planer in the custom mill on Woodard street. The Mayor's court continues dull; not a case since Monday. very As will be seen by a notice pub- lished under the head of "special locals," S. P. Blackwell has opened a laundry. He has been engaged in the business for a number of years, and we cheerfully recommend him to the public. Mr. Ball, superintendent of the ice factory, informs us that they have discovered a perfect lake under their works. They are now pumping water clear as crystal from a new well at the iate of two barrels per minute.—Register, Lamps and lamp chimneys at Guiteau & Waldron's. 8tf Swartz Taylor returned from Quincy Thursday. He was warmly welcomed by his many friends. Mr. J. A. McCann has assumed charge of the telegraph office at Hen- rietta. Cigars at Guiteau Si Waldron's. 8tf Rooching, cuffs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 March 1879

' V r :e . If Ve lie a kf- Irk r* k« b- St 111 JXctOG. Vol. VII. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning, March 8, 1879. No. 13. Jf Railroad., —-TiiE^-— [; GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE J'ASSINU THROUGH The "naturally beautiful and mostfovor- ed region,of.-pur epufitry:," <4V1, PepWMlQf. tf1®/dthe.J ,h}'! SHORTEST LINE Tp THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST AI'TER JUNE raft t" at reduoed rate^will be on. sale tq the, CEI EBR&TP-D SPRINGS fA^p WA- TERING PLACES Ol* LAST ■Jo r.rENNEdSERr. AND :■-VIRGINIA. VK.ffcU hem •' '< ,fv/ *"■*. Elegant day couches fr,o« LITTLE ROGK TO CHATTANOOGA WXTSOtJT' CHANGE. f '(H JTJ,.*• !IJ's i' .n J....n -■ " ' ' ;■ v - Magnificent Pala^ Sleeping-Car^ owned bv thecgiuoany. on all nitfhl trairis. SffiSF Off "tare" Recced. " ' fKielided Hir^ "r 2 M 3 .lT7 (0 elegit in atidiw passengers fob, WASHINGTON. ®*kTIMORE, PllILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. —As WBL!. AS'FOR— CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA, CHARLOTTE, , . AUGUSTA, And all Southeastern Cities, should chase tickets b) this line. I pur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 March 1879

'i'hc Daily |m DEMSON. SATURDAY MARCH 8, '879 Property valued at over $4,000,- 000, was destroyed by die recent fires in New York. The most appalling news comes of the ravages of small pox in the town of Farbury, Nebraska. Out of a population of 1200 nearly one hun- dred are down with the dreaded dis ease. A large manufacturing establish- ment in Providence, Rhode Island, sold the other day for $200,000. The original cost was more than $2,000,- 000. Times may be improving cast but such items as the above do not look much like it. The recently enacted law giving three months extra pay to officers and soldiers, and to officers, seamen and marines employed in the war with Mexico, does not include those in the volunteer service who have al- ready received three months extra pay under the provisions of the act of July 19th, 1S48. Certain pious persons were no doubt very much shocked when they learned that the U. S. House of Rep- resentatives was in session nearly all day the Sunday befor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 March 1879

Ill Ml >r Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins & co„ Oonauotod by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in the World. The American e.lition of this periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev cry number contain* about one hundred and fifty pact's, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "IIAWORTH'S." a seiial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, authorof "That Lass o'; Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor ol American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by II. H. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar." "The Man w>'0 Lost his Name." &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Falconberg." This story will exhibit the state of society in Creole Lou- isiana abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 8 March 1879

%\xt JDaittj plexus. DKNISON. R. rOLK BXJRHANS, City Editor. A family living east of the rail- road track by the name of McGinnis, is reported in destitute circum- stances. Rev. McBride and lady, Thursday in Sherman. 1 ■ at cost at spent All dress goods Store. the Star ^ 9,f No cases in the Mayor's couit yes- terday. The Dollar Store has disposed of its stock to JJennctt & Co. The face of nature needs washing —let's soap it, it will rain soon. It is reported that Charley Everett died recently in Colorado. This is the season of the year when young men of limited liabili- ties leave their ulsters, over-shoes and umbrellas with their uncle. Gov. Ben Burney, who has been spending several days in the city, a guest of John McDougall, left for home yesterday evening. Yesterday was a very quiet day in the history of our city, and " lo- cals," like angel's visits, were few and far between. We understand that M. Singer will soon engage in business again in Denison. Wm. Mitchell and the Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

Vol. VII. Ocnisnn thtili) ftfetos. Denison, Texas, Sunday Morning, March q, 1870. No. 14. Railroad., TIIE GREAT 80UTHERN MAIL ROUTE passing through The '•naturally beautiful and most tovor- ed region of our country ." Decidedly the shortest line TO THE EAST ANDSOUTHEAST AI'TJfiR JUNE I8t ;: Ji ROUND THIP TICKETS at reduced rates will be on sale to the CELEBRATED SPRINGS AND WA- TERING PLACES OF EAST rENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. Elegant day coaches from LITTLE ROOK TO CHATTANOOGA WITHOUT CHANGE. Magnificent Palace Sleeping Cars, owned by tjie company, on all night trains. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced. Baggage checked through to destination. PASSENGERS FOR WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. —as wrli. as for— CHATTANOOGA, ^JLANTA, CHARLOTTE, AUGUSTA, And all Southeastern Cities, should pur- chase tickets b> this line. Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of Tick- ets furnished on ■PP «*j™£OOBRSf Gen. Western agent, Dallas. Texas. Mchi, ly GODY'S LADY'S BOOK. prosi'ectus for 1870. Godey'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

I , I'Uc Daily 1> KIN I SO IN. SUNDAY. • MARCH o. 1879 Hon. Elilm liunitt, the distin- guished philosopher, reformer and philologist is dead. It is said the Greenbuckers will make Gen. Baylor their candidate for Congress in the San Antonio dis- trict. The Federal Census bill, as final- ly adopted, provides that appoint- ments ot supervisors sha 1 be con- firmed by the Senate. The jury in the IJ. S. Circuit Court in Louisiana, sitting in New Orleans, has rendered a verdict of acquittal in the celebrated Natchi- toches parish cases. SPECIAL LOCALS. GREAT EXCITEMENT, NERVOUS DEBILITY! .11 I;i'£ ar- The widow of Bayard Taylor rived in New York on the 6th inst on the steamship Herder. The re- mains of her husband are expected to arrive next week on the Gcllert. A Vienna dispatch says the Rus- sian government has discovered a plot for forcibly liberating impris- oned nihilists, and that it has proofs of the Revolutionary designs of the prisoners. Jl Vital weakness or depression : a weR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

€ 1 W Pfke'fl Peak Signal Station. The United Sta4.ua Signal Station at J'ike'n Peak is the highest signal sta- tion in the world; it is also the highest inhabited portion of tho globe. It was opened in the month of September,1873. That it was a wiHe provision of the Gov- ernment in establishing a signal station at this point is no longer questioned,the facts having already demonstrated its practicability, and the present success promises that Pike's Peak Signal Sta- tion is yet to stand at the head of all astronomical and meteorological sta- tions in the world. This point is won- derfully favored by nature for the study of astronomy and meteorology. The rarity of tho atmosphere brings out a remarkable brilliancy and clearness to the stars and all the heavenly bodies. The nights are most always cloudless and cloudy days are the exception. Nine-tenths of the storms are below the Peak. The best and most complete re- port of the last total eclipse of the sun received at Washington was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

Faint Heart. 8 be stood belore him, toll and fair And gracious, on that gummar'w day, ■With June's tlrst roses In lier hair, And on her cheek the bloom ol May. But rosy check, and dimpled cliln, And raven lashes drooping low, Oouoeal the answer ho would win; it might be Yes; would it be No? Ah, UE 'twere No—his throbbing heart sto od fairly still with sudden pain; Anil If "twercJYes, the world so wldo Ills deep content could scarce contain. So wondrous fair! how could she stoop To favor such a one as lie? Ah, sweet suspense that still leuves hope Ah, pain of sad uncertainty I lie held her hand so white and small, And moved to press It with his lips, But changed his mind, and let It full, With chlllest toucli of finger tips, And took the scat she offered him Upon the sofa by her side, N or made the space between them less, Which seemed so narrow, yet so wide. Then gazing on the perfect face, The dimpled mouth, the serious oyes, And drinking In with eager ears The music of her low rep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

V DUNISON. SUNDAY MORNING. !'- ■- L .1. HEIIE AND THEItE. In the United States there are of wom- en in the various professions, 630 doc- tors, 420 dentists, 68 preachors, and 15 or 20 lawyers. Over the frozen surface of the Niaga- ra River smugglers in sleighs have been carrying petroleum into Canada and bringing back tobacco. Arrests of sus- pected parties have just been made in Buffalo. A Richmond (Va.) woman of 85 gave birth to a child recently. Her husband is about the same age. They have four or five children, all of whom are grown, and the youngest possibly 40 or 50 years old. A little girl in Hartford, while suf- fering from a severe attack of mumps, held a kitten in her lap and constantly caressed it. In a few days the face of the kitten began to swell and there were mumps for two. One of the applicants for a divorce, at Galesburg, 111., the other day, was a lady who said she had lived with her husband 18 years, and all the clothes he had bought her was a bunch of hair- pins...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

w* faitg §tm. DKNISON . SUNDAY MOKNING. GENERAL mu vmiis. Two hundred and eighty maiden la- dies were ruined by the failure of the West Englaud Bank. JoaKPtf Rui.more, of Nilos, Mich., was bittfin recently by a big pickerel and he came near dying from the bite. An Alabama farmer, now past 80, has plowed one of his fields for 62 consecu- tive years. The Laplander, from time imme- morial,has known the use of copper and bronze, as well as the art of working them. Strange to say, there are not enough lawyers in the lower house of the North Carolina Legislature to make a Judicia- ry Committee. A preliminary examination of gang of live boy burglars at Chicago re- cently elicited the fact that within a month they had committed 13 success- ful burglaries. A German doctor has propounded the doctrine that vegetarians and meat-eat- ers are both wrong, and that the real means to health and long life are to eat] all food raw, whether animal or veget able. The American Navy contains 2,0201 office...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

-*• ""*■ 7" i I m I'M re Ise |at n- ie 3D pt i m lor I of fcn- bv- |ng I Scribner'sMonthly a.r.collins& co„ Conduotod by J. CL Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine In the World. The American edition of this periodical is now MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And has a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev ery number contains about one hundred and fifty paijes, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "HAWORTH'S," a seiial novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, authorof "That Lass o'; Lowrie's," The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid In Lancashire; the hero is a young inventor of American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by II. II. Boyesen, author of "Gunnar." "The Man w'<o Lost his Name," &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norte Immigrant life in a Westein settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu- sion of "Falconberg." This story wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 9 March 1879

^ ^ . "'tHVJ V' ' 'fi * ■ " ■ ■ ...Ug.1 %ht Ihuhj I\cui5. D13ISISON. SUNDAY MARCH 9, '879 tt. TOLK BUU11ANS, City Editor. George Stroube, of Whitesboro, is in the city. Dr. Neeley Thompson, editor of the Caddo Free Press, is in the city. The Denison & Pacific has reached Whitesboro. but French & Co. will give you the best bargains in drugs. 9 it Morning and evening the Episcopal church services at All dress goods Store. at cost at the Star t A number of our citizens visited Whitesboro yesterday. You can buy a good calendar clock at Woodard's for $3 50. 3<8-3t. Spring vegetables are abundant in the market. Dr. Roberts, editor nal, is in the city. Indian Jour- Bouquets were streets yesterday. for sale on the J. M. Lea has moved into his new quarters and is receiving a large stock of furniture. The W. U. Telegraph Company are putting up new telegraph poles on Main street. County Attorney the city yesterday. Turner was in A widow lady named Burke died Saturday morning east of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 March 1879

•f *r* 0 VOL. VII. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning, March x r, 1879. No. 15. Ive |the irell ling lure lice. jest |> re. Itf nue *r'« tan. tf —rr- 1 LAKE & CO., 416, 418 & 430 Main street) .♦•18% i blVi Vifmtft ,t 0 i DENISON, TEXAS. ' *1 *■ ■!!'■■*<—:T"I -"II III fj j;,J u{)A •fMl'ilifi1.1) Carriage Manufactur'g Hi. la • AND REPAIRING- In nil its branches at prices that DEFY COMPETITION: also sell 1 .<-^)]jiiwiiawiiiiiiwl'. i" iui GEORGE ROWELL & SON'S Celebrated Carriages. A FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE Given with each carriage sold. m9,2in Banks. *IRST NATIONAL BANK, DENISON, TEXAS. Authorized Capital $500,000 00. Does a legitimate Banking business. Special attention given to collections in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. SIGHT EXCHANGE BOUGHT ANO SOLD On principal cities o« the United States OFFICERS- OHNSCULLIN, KIJ. PKRRY, W. H. SANFORB President. Vice-Prest. Cashier. DIRECTORS i lohn Scullin, D. W. C. Davis, Edward Perry, IC. H. Lingo, J. P. Rockwell, A. H. Coffin, Sat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 March 1879

I'hc Daily Tlcius. DENIWON. TUE SDAY MARCH U, 1879 Our present Legislature is com- posed of farmers 51, lawyers 33, physicians 5, merchants 5, mechan- ics 2, and politicians 7. The entire circulation of agricul- tural newspapers is abotit 600,000. The census report* show 6,000 ,©00 farmers in the United states. One paper to ten men. An attempt was made to run a prayer meeting in Gonzales the same night that a theatrical company held forth, but the theatre got away with the meeting. urr~.rar.-r — It is asserted that the pate nt on the Moffatt bell punch is owned by a Galveston ring. This may account for the provision in the law, that the punch shall work by turning a crank. A Syrian newspaper reports that an English engineer, at the request of Midhat Pasha, has begun to make a preliminary survey for a railway between Beyrout and Damascus. Captain Blair, the bigamist, has been dismissed from the service. He is the officer Who commanded the U. S. troops at El Paso during the emuete at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 March 1879

' ' • ■■■■ ■■ * n~m ■ ■ IgU fi M I , Scribner'sMonthly! a.r.collins & co„ Conducted by J. G. Holland. The Handsomest Illustrated Magazine in . the World. : 1, The American edition of this periodical }j,|,|,a AA ^ lv -') GENERAL A NN N DDK AA N N N D I) A A NNNII a aa MORE THAN 70,000 MONTHLY, And tins a larger circulation in England than any other American magazine. Ev- ery number contain* about one hundred and fifty pages, and from fifty to seventy- five original wood-cut illustrations. "IIAWORTII'S," a seital novel, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of "That Lass o'; Lowrie's." The scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel is laid in Lancashire ;1the hero is a young inventor ot American birth. FALCONBERG, a serial novel, by H. II. Bo -esen, author of "Gunnar," "The Man who Lost his Name." &c. In this romance, the author graphically describes the peculiarities of Norse immigrant life in a Western settlement. A STORY OF NEW ORLEANS, by Geo. W. Cable, to be begun on the conclu-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 11 March 1879

%\xt £laily T T. r-f —1 It is still nn open question wheth- er there are more religions than pat- 13J421NIH0.1N. ent medicines in the United States. TUESDAY MARCH u, >879 The religions are pobably more num- erous, but the medicines keep up the Counoilman Proceedings 10th Maroh It. rOLK BURHANS, City Editor. Demson Hook and Ladder Co. There will be drill this evening at half past seven o'ciock. Fines lor non-attsn dance will be strictly enforced. By order of the foreman, L. LKBRRCHT, J- A. Eui'KR, Secretary. All dress goods Store. at cost at finest cemeteries. There is a colored girl in town with such a large mouth that the other day, as she passed up the street and smiled at a young man, a boy kindly called out with great earnestness : "Look out gal; your lid is coming off 1" Meat Market for Sale. The proprietor of one of the best meat markets in the city, will dispose of the same on liberal terms, as he intends to go to Leadville. The location is central, and it has an excellent...

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